How much am I risking when I make a trade?
All Nadex contracts have strictly limited risk. The maximum possible profit and loss are displayed on the order ticket before you confirm the trade. To open a trade, you have to have that maximum risk amount in your account as collateral. Otherwise, the trade won't go through. You can never lose more than this amount on the trade. This policy also means you'll never get a margin call. Please note, this example does not include fees.
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